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  • Fire

    It’s been a deadly start to 2015 in terms of fire deaths.  The Department of Public Safety’s Doug Neville says at last check, there were seven fire fatalities, including two children.  He says 82-percent of …

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    12 Feb 15
  • SibleyCounty

    Five candidates remain in the search for a new Sibley County Administrator.  The search committee is scheduled to meet on February 17th at an undisclosed location to interview the five candidates and whoever passes this …

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    12 Feb 15
  • Crash2

    New Ulm Police responded to two accidents within minutes of each other Tuesday afternoon.  The first happened at 10th South and Minnesota Streets around 3:35 and involved a 2004 Ford van driven by Tabatha Guinn …

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    12 Feb 15
  • Stolen collector car

    A 1987 Buick Grand National that went missing from a Mankato specialty shop Monday morning has had quite a ride.  The car was initially stolen from Unique Auto in Mankato but was found in Minneapolis …

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    12 Feb 15
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    12 Feb 15
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    11 Feb 15
  • PropaneTruck

    A Minnesota House committee gave thumbs-up to a bill that backers say will make propane and natural gas more available and affordable in Greater Minnesota.  A field hearing was held in Willmar Monday and Willmar …

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    10 Feb 15
  • StPeter

    A senate committee has passed a bill that would give 10-million dollars in extra funding to the Minnesota  Security Hospital in St. Peter.  Operating costs increased substantially following required improvements for client and staff safety.  …

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    10 Feb 15